Determining LED Voltage... Answered
So I've just scrapped a bunch of LED's (some superbrights, some not) from various places (motherboards, computer cases, other electronics) and have no idea what voltage any of them are. I can't go back and test the sources to see how much they (the LEDs) were being supplied (most sources are at the landfill by now), so I need a cheap, effective way of determining rough voltage. I do realize the standard for many LEDs is either 1.8, 2.2, 2.4, and 3.2 V, but this is still too much variance for me to want to burn out all these scrapped LEDs. Thanks, Daniel.